I'm starting to use this (great !) module, but I have some kind of a "problem" with Domain Access.
For nodes, everything is good: as metatags are a field, access rights can be directly managed by domain access itself.
But for "metatags by path", I would eventually like to have people having different metatags depending of the domain (or eventually, for some domains, not being able at all to edit the metatags). As the permission is global, I was thinking about using the hook_local_task_alter() to sometimes prevent edition, so I think I'm good, but could you eventually point me in the right direction for having different metatags by domain? For example, how do you handle different languages if the language is not in the URL?


valthebald’s picture

I just use global $language, that's the whole "algorithm" :)

valthebald’s picture

Status: Active » Postponed
Simon Georges’s picture

Status: Postponed » Fixed

Sorry for not answering earlier. Thanks for your quick answer. On my project, the meta tags are finally the same on each domain, so there's no specific integration required.

Status: Fixed » Closed (fixed)

Automatically closed -- issue fixed for 2 weeks with no activity.

emarchak’s picture

Status: Closed (fixed) » Active

I'm currently working on a multidomain site using one language and there doesn't appear to be a way to set path based metatags on a per domain basis. Perhaps there's a way to this with rules?

valthebald’s picture

I don't use neither domain access nor rules, so I can't answer your question.

Danny Englander’s picture

I've been using Meta Tags Quick for all my projects but just ran into this issue as well for a Domain Access based site. My guess is that we'll have to use the Meta Tags module with Domains Metatag unless someone can write a patch for this module which I don't have the knowledge of doing.

adiatis’s picture

Is there already a solution for path based meta tags and domain?